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reunited. berlin once again became the capital. though clinton was the first u.s. president who walks or brandenburg gate side-by-side with chancellor helmut kohl. he became read -- he came prepared for a message in germany. >> alles is moeglish.
regrets 20 years down the road. as with bill clinton was really trying to warn him about is going, hey, i can tell you, i've had a regret about rwanda. you're going to regret not dealing with this in a better, clear way. if the objective is a political solution, then why isn't every day john kerry knocking on the door of putin? joe biden. chris: my question to all you, if the president of the united states were on the phone right now with assad, president assad, what would he ask him to do? and what would he offer in return? and to end this war? >> what he would say is back a political transition. it will be good for your community. it will be good for syria. designate some people from your government who can serve in a transition golvet. but mr. president, you have to be a statesman and step aside. chris: to where? >> well, that's the question. chris: that's my question. >> but it's not beyond a superpower's diplomat to work out -- chris: would we take him? >> we would figure out somewhere -- i hear there's lots of room in guantanamo. chris: would we take him? that's -- you laugh but why
at the is on office for the clintons. we haven't heard a lot about the scandal because there is a tsunami of other scandals including the nsa, department of justice and one after the other. this is incredibly important for a couple of reasons. if hillary clinton were presiding over a corrupt state department, i think we ought to know that. number two, her chief of staff cheryl mills is alleged to have cover-up. she is long time clinton loyalist. she led the movement against the impeachment of bill clinton and she was involved in the benghazi cover-up. so if they were covering up the sex, drugs and pedophilia allegations they were covering up benghazi. how far does it go? hillary clinton's chief of staff then it would go to hillary clinton and i think we ought to know that. >> jon: if this happened under a prevent republican president, what would have happened? >> they would have been run out of town. reporters are embarrassing themselves. from the beginning hillary clinton tenure they have not covered her accurately, from benghazi. not only sheryl mills have been involved in every one of these sca
this scandal? >> sex, drugs and hooker, another day at the office for the clintons. we haven't heard a lot about this scandal because there is a tsunami of other scandals one after the other. this essentially got buried this week, but this is incredibly important for a couple of reasons. if hillary clinton were preside oevg a corrupt state department, we ought to know. that number two, her chief of staff sheryl mills is long time clinton loyalist. she led the impeachment fight to protect impeachment to protect bill clinton and she is right by hillary clinton's side and she is deeply involved in the benghazi cover-up. so if they were covering up the sex, drugs an hookers, perhaps they were covering up benghazi. how does far does it go? it may go as high as hillary clinton. i think we ought to know that. >> jon: you were a press spokesman, what would have been the reaction in the previous day? >> they would have been run out of town by now. the state department reporters are embarrassing themselves, from the beginning of this hillary clinton tenure they have not covered her accurately. monic
, the dignity of that office. with the clinton library and museum it's interesting, it's the time line of clinton's time in office. and it's also very educational and engaging. i think both libraries are reaching out as much as possible to people who are not necessarily involved in the political process. >> rose: a look at the new urban life and also presidential libraries when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. . cities and metropolitan areas are the new engines of economic growth and social transformation in this country. local governments have increasingly taken on the big issues that washington has not been able to solve. david brooks wrote recently in the "new york times" the happiest people these days are those who leave washington and get elected mayor or governor. many of this country's most notable mayors have appeared on this program to talk about the enormous strides at work in today's cities. >> this is the single greatest job i had in pu
of leisure. they want to stop hillary clinton now before she can even decide on 2016. a new web site, the hillary haters. i'm jake tapper. welcome to "the lead." we'll begin with the money lead. wall street's worst day of 2013, a real meltdown. the closing bell just moments ago could not come soon enough. the dow taking a swan dive, dropping a queasy 352 points. this was after the dow already dropped 200 plus points yesterday, all after fed chairman ben bernanke nearly hinted the government was going to slow down the gravy train by tapering off the stimulus it stumps into the economy, sometime in the near future. he hasn't even announced it yet. i want to get to felicia taylor at the new york stock exchange. explain what happened there to trigger the second day of selloffs. >> the debate has begun as to when that tapering, that slight pullback, and i do mean slight. he's not taking all of the stimulus out of the market at once. traders discussing whether or not it's going to happen in the next month or possibly 2014, what that does to the market. we were down about 380 points before
secretary of state in u.s. history, but there was one place hillary clinton had yet to go until now. >> john: that's right, we're shooting her into orbit. ( laughter ) this summer, hillary clinton is secretary of space. ( laughter ) unless, unless it's something even more un-newsworthy. >> hillary clinton has arrived, on twitter. >> clinton is taking twitter by storm. the forper secretary of state, senator, and first lady also described herself as wife, mom, lawyer, and-- get this-- hair icon and pantsuit aficionado. most telling of all in clinton's twitter bio, t.b.d. >> john: oh! t.b.d. you big tease. what could you possibly be referring to? is it president or is it-- there is literally nothing else. for more we're joined by senior social media correspondent jessica williams. jessica. ( cheers and applause ). can you put the phone down, please? >> oh, no, no. i can do both. >> john: seriously, put it down. >> jon stewart lets me text and do chats. >> john: if hillary is running in 2016, how can twitter help her? >> well, john, twit ser a microblogging internet service. things called mobile
hillary clinton claims she knows nothing about benghazi. you have the attorney general eric holder claiming he knows nothing. basically about anything. so when the fbi director goes in front of the american peel and he claims he doesn't know about the irs investigation, it doesn't really inspire a lot of confidence. not just in the fbi but in the federal government and in people in positions of authority who are supposed to know things. we hire them to know stuff. and nobody seems to know what the heck is going on. >> let me just stick to the service. if i can, there i agree with you 100%. what we've had is we had failures at three levels. one, down in that cincinnati office where some people for lack of a better term, they lost their minds. and then totally inadequate supervision at the exempt organization's level where it took two years to sort this out. and as it is now becoming clear, some of the overly intrusive questions were actually approved or perhaps suggested in washington. and finally at the top level. and i think this gets to your overall observation. the fact that the
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hillary clinton state department that it covered up bad stuff and second, the huge corporation google challenging the federal government over privacy. with us now here in washington james rosen and carl cameron both fox news correspondents. cammeron, keep it pithy, what is google doing exactly? >> they say they want to be able to report more to the public about what they have been required to do by the government because in their words to filing in the spy court in d.c. that overseas nsa and fisa court they say their reputation has been damaged and their business has been hurt because of false and misleading reports by the media so, what they want to do is report exactly how many times requests for information under -- by the fisa court were approved and that they have provided information on and they want to be able to tell the public exactly how many users would be affected by that right now, what these companies yahoo, google, apple, microsoft, can report, is the total number of requests of information from all levels of government. state, local, federal, it doesn't break them out
clinton gave with him four years ago and give it back to president obama because that's exactly what's going on here. the russian government has already rejected the evidence that the president relied on regarding assad's use of chemical weapons. the russians have said they will ship s3 100 missiles. they've supplied mig planes, and a dozen naval vessels out of the naval base in syria. the russians are not going to let assad go under. my view is over the last 2 1/2 years they were never going to let that happen. i think president putin in his own way will tell the president that tomorrow. >> do you think the president will tell putin what and will that have any sway? is he going in with the weak hand? >> this is what happens when you get a community organizer from chicago talking to a former kgb agent. it's going to be like two ships passing in the night. i'm sure the president will emerge thinking, you know, i saw hopeful signs for negotiation there. >> you know, you mentioned some criticism of president bill clinton. pretty scathing and stinging saying if president obama doesn't do
secretary of state hillary clinton turns her focus from foreign policy. >> so after visiting 112 nations for four years, i'm still jet lagged. >> back to american families, launching an early childhood education initiative. >> every parent has looked into their newborn baby's eyes and seen unlimited potential. and now we know how to help them achieve that. >> so, are they running for president? for now at least they won't say. >> participatings as a private citizen. >> more than three years away from the 2016 election, there are already speeches. >> and when women participate in politics, the effects ripple out across society. >> and late night jokes. >> it's about doing the the right thing. >> you ain't lying, c.c. now look at you, sounding all presidential like. >> and even the tweets. hillary teased her futures tbd. christie and clinton aren't the only one. paul ryan, marco rubio. >> left likes to think we are the fringe. you, us, we are the mainstream. >> but christie, despite being invited, said no to the conservatives and yes to the clintons. >> didn't get elected in new jersey. bu
the president's obviously, but they are connected which is we're in very polarized times. when bill clinton or george bush on occasion, particularly bill clinton, had trouble on both his left and right we called the trian gulation. he figured out a way to elevate himself above both the extremes and capture the middle. the president if you look at the poll numbers and as mika pointed out the erosion is, he's in a voice, getting hit from both the left and right on the happiness of the big issues of the day and if you look at second term, reagan, clinton, scandals really were problem for him in the second term. for george bush, the war in iraq was a real big problem. and this president again, the window for a second-term president it's now. if he's going to get stuff done and have momentum, it's a heck of a lot harder to get stuff done at 45% than at 53% and the young people who probably turned off by a variety of things, but the privacy stuff matters a lot to a lot of young people. >> supporters have always had opinions on what the president should do. what are they saying? what do they want
the clinton administration an joins us now. mr. secretary, thanks very much for being with us. one of the parts of the testimony that was so interesting was that alexander said they're still working on how to stop someone like edward snowden from accessing all of this. i understand that the damage assessment is just climbing by the day as they discover more an more data that he took from the computers. they don't even know the extent of it, and he is threatening to disclose more. so, is this a profound problem within our intelligence community? >> i think the problem is we have too many people who have access to top-secret clearances. as a result of that, you have people who are not fully vetted, and this may be the case with mr. snowden, but i think they have to take much greater care in allowing the individuals who do have access to this information to be able to take it out. now it's clear to me that there has to be some process whereby you simply can't plug a drive in and pull out information and take it home and give it to our adversaries across the globe. so procedures have t
clinton and boris yeltsin after what i can only imagine was a heavy liquid lunch together. (laughter) >> (clintoning laughing) >> john: president clinton learned an important lesson that day: never go toe to toe on vodka shots with a man named boris. (laughter) so maybe some face time with putin is just what obama needs to feel loved again. respected. cherished. appreciated. >> this picture taken just after those talks broke up suggested other adjectives: awkward, tense, cold, indifferent. >> john: incommodious, mall adroit, stuck in a loveless marriage. hemorrhoidal. like they just found out who was on the other side of that glory hole. (audience reacts) mr. president, please, lighten the mood. sprinkle a little magic clinton giggle dust in there. >> we compared notes on president putin's expertise in judo and my declining skills in basketball. we both agreed that as you get older it takes more time to recover. (laughter) >> john: american president makes humor to break tension but i state underlying subtext to deflate him. wow! now, look, a certain frostiness between them makes sen
come to the table too late with too little. >>> plus all world's a stage. christie, clinton, rubio, paul, and bush -- the 2016ers in the spotlight. our free wheeling panel offers an early review. >>> and then a father's day special. >> i was definitely going to be my father's all-american linebacker. >> a bipartisan salute to dad. i'm candy crowley, and this is "state of the union." >>> under fire for two weeks now. the nsa is defending their data collection programs. in a three-page document sent to congress and obtained by cnn, the spy agency argues that in recent years the programs have disrupted dozens of terror plots in more than 20 countries, and despite having collected billions of phone records, so-called metadata, the database was accessed fewer than 300 times last year. joining me now, the chairman of the house select committee on intelligence, congressman mike rogers. thanks for being with us, congressman. let's start out by asking about these plots. we are -- we know that nsa is going to try to put out some information about plots that have been disrupted. we know the n
like a long time ago now, secretary panetta, petraeus, secretary of state clinton, all made the case for arming the rebels. that was a long time ago. is it too late now? >> two things have changed in recent weeks. first, the intelligence community came forward with a comprehensive assessment that they have high confidence that assad used chemical weapons to kill 100, 150 of his own people. >> out of -- >> he barrelled across the red line. we set it, now the president determined we have to act. second, three weeks ago, hezbollah announced they are going to join this fight and fight on syria's behalf to the death. i have been in the rooms when they have been discussed. the president is not hesitant to order military forces into harm's way. he did it in afghanistan and libya and deep into pakistan to get us on the line. >> he's reluctant. >> but careful. he wants to see the military objectives meet a strategy. now is the right time to arm the rebels. >> martha -- >> i'm not sure i know what the strategy is and how those two match. because the small arms are not going to do much good at
johnson, it turns out, was an adviser to her husband much in the way that hillary clinton was to bill clinton in the more recent impeachment. i was in washington during that impeachment to do tv shows. when i read what happened in the johnson presidency, i was struck by the similarities between hillary and eliza. she had, for a reef time in the civil war, been a war refugee here -- for a brief time in the civil war, been a war refugee. lincoln at first gave him a governorship and then later made him vice president. unfortunately for eliza johnson and the family, at the time he was first made a territorial governor for lincoln, she was in confederates occupied territory in tennessee. for about two months, she had to get across the lines. her family would sleep in barnes and on the roadside. they would get to a point where two armies would meet only to be turned back by confederate commanders and have to find another way through. eventually, she managed to reunite with her husband. a tough woman. this is not the kind of woman who would easily give up in an impeachment crisis. but the im
if you look at the poll numbers, jon, right now hillary clinton is the strongest potential candidate for the democrats. she can easily right now outpace someone like a marco rubio or a jeb bush according to the polls. i'm not sure there's any other democrat who could do that right now. now, i would say this, that there are some people out there that are perspective candidates. remember, this is an early, early core nation for hillary clinton on the part of the democrats. not only has she not declared she's going to run, but it's potential her bubble could be burst. you have people like elizabeth warren, the senator from massachusetts, who may have disagreements with the obama/clinton ticket. remember, the assumption here is that president obama is tacitly supporting hillary clinton, not joe biden. but remember, also, that republicans are already going after the early clinton bubble with all their talks about her responsibility in terms of the benghazi scandal and now this sex scandal that took place during her tenure as secretary of state. jon: yeah, a.b., history can repeat itself,
thing going on, isn't that a leading indicator of a hillary clinton leadership role? i think it says to americans watching television, yes, this makes sense. it makes sense to him for hillary to be the next person standing in that role he said. >> that's an interesting way of looking an the it. gee, baby if hillary runs, maybe he'll support her. >> that's what i'm getting to. don't you know what i'm getting to? do you think joe biden likes that picture? i'm just guessing. howard? i know this is a concede i'm working here. >> i think it's very legitimate. very legitimate and i think the more leaders on the world stage who are women the more the message of hillary clinton reverberates. don't forget hillary spent a lot of her time working on advancing women's leadership around the world. her own organization. >> this is important to older men and women. younger people are ready for this. >> by the way, i do think you have to put merkel on that list at this point. she is the most powerful person in europe, period. >> yes. and totally even in her leadership. she doesn't have bad years. >>
clinton didn't. the secret service is going to do what they think is necessary to protect the president. >> reporter: the secret service won't comment on specific costs but said in a statement we always provide the appropriate level of protection to create a secure environment for our protectees and that level is consistent across all trips. it is not unusual for first families to travel to africa. george bush visited the region twice with his entire family as president and clinton went in 1998 costing taxpayers more than $40 million not including expenses incurred by the secret service. >> it is very costly, but there is no other way for the president to travel especially to countries like the ones he is going to be going to. >> reporter: now, in some instances the first lady will require her own security detail as she headlines some of her own events including a woman's leadership summit that will be hosted by former first lady laura bush who will be in africa for that event. tom? >> kristen welker, thank you so much. erica? >>> the next presidential election is still more than three
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. among the most prominent was hillary clinton. nbc's andrea mitchell has been watching all of this and trying to read between the lines. >> reporter: you can call it a trial run for possible 2016 candidates this week. in chicago, hillary clinton back on stage in a roll-out calculated to keep her options open. >> when women participate in politics, the effects ripple out across society. >> reporter: plus a video unveiling her new focus, infants and preschool children. >> too small to fail is all about giving parents, families, businesses, and communities the tools we need to help all our children succeed. so please join us for the future of our kids and the future of our country. >> reporter: taking selfies today with chelsea on twitter, and this tease on the twitter account, wife, mom, lawyer, float fuss, senator, secretary of state, glass ceiling cracker, tbd. is tbd a hint about becoming the first woman president? clinton's recent polls have slipped after benghazi and other state department investigations. and potential republican competitors were also seeking the spotlig
foundation, former senator and secretary of state, hillary rodham clinton. [applause] >> thank you. thank you so much. [applause] good morning. thank you. it is such a pleasure to be here in chicago participating as a private citizen, as a cohost of cgi and a representative of what we are officially renaming the bill, hillary, and chelsea clinton foundation. [applause] i am thrilled to fully join this remarkable organization that bill started a dozen years ago and to call it my home for the work i will be doing, some of which i will outline today and also we will have an exciting announcement tomorrow as well. i listened to my friend reference the black hawk games. my father and brothers and i were great fans. three overtimes? really? i can imagine there is a sense of euphoria as well as exhaustion affecting many of our chicago participants today. i hardly endorse the mayors call to go. i want to take a moment of personal privilege to the knowledge -- acknowledge the imaginative visionary work that bill has done with the foundation. i personally believe he has given philanthropy an
him, get moving on climate change. then bill clinton in a closed session that obama risks looking like a fool if he didn't improve his policy on syria. within days he announced we were going to start arming the syrian rebels. maybe to re-program bill clinton. >> this is miss for the obama justice department this week it said it will no challenge a ruling, girls 15 years and younger can buy the morning-after pill over-the-counter. i get the obama administration doesn't care about life issues but you think they would care about the girls. many of whom when they get in trouble it's not consensual sex. >> here a hit to new england's patriots coach b bill o'reilly. which bill bell dhik. fined tim tebow go for a contract. broncos in the playoffs and deserves a second chance in new england to show he is worth it for the n.f.l.. >> paul: did i detect clinton nostalgia. >> i'm only interesting what works. [ laughter ] >> paul: all right. remember if you have your own hit or miss, please send it to us and follow us on twitter. that is it for this week's show. thanks to all of you watching. hope
to the culture of the u.s. state department and my favorite example is secretary clintons and development to bit -- a video the first and the secretary of state had done it. once every four years look to set priorities. it was a good first term but it has a long meese to go and fill one way to tell that is secretary clinton opened dip by saying we set out to figure how to make ourselves better and the conclusion is if you only gave us more money and more people we could be better. so the addition of the pentagon from the state department is they get all the money they want to work the foreign service does is every bit as difficult or dangerous but everybody likes the military and no room for foreign policy. >> why don't people think about the state department? >> only 2 million americans avail themselves overseas every year. not the high number so the first thing is most don't know there diplomats. they're mostly posted overseas, the foreign service institute is in washington, in spokane and of washington state they probably don't know them. and the foreign service could do itself a huge favor b
the republican house to act, as well. >> gregg: will we see repeat of 2008? new signs that hillary clinton could be eyeing the white house yet again. >> heather: now that the nsa leaker edward snow ken is charged with espionage. our legal panel will weigh in. uh-oh! guess what day it is?? guess what day it is! huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? i'd say happier than a camel on wednesday. hump day!!! yay!! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. ♪ ♪ >> heather: first hopped on twitter and another sign we may be seeing a hillary 2016 run. they are flooding and reports are calling it ready for hillary. but some are nervous. seeing shades of 2008 when democratic primary voters were turned off by early hints of the senator clinton as the presumptive nominee. does she risk peaking early this time, too. joining me
in ireland. president obama and president clinton wanted to see the work come to an end but both leaders say they have differing opinions of the problem. president clinton asked the assad regime and is calling for peace talks. the u.s. announced they would send arms to rebels last week. >> edward snowden said he did not reveal u.s. operations .gainst legitimate targets and >> most people knew that we were listening for terrorism hundred haitians. -- terrorism conversations. the person identified as snowden said he had no contact with the chinese government. >> he said he had no contact with and is not spying for the chinese government and also dismissed the u.s. government's claim that the surveillance programs helped toward resins of terrorist attacks. ravens training camp just around the corner. you can see the super bowl champs practice for free. createdesame street the first muppet to have a parent in jail. the answer may surprise you. >> the story behind this .nfortunate the forecast.k at right now in baltimore it is rather warm. 83 at the inner harbor. >> the ravens have announced thei
during the clinton -- at the clinton global initiative this weekend basically says no one in my state was arguing that to me on tuesday october 30th when the state hit, governor, you should privatize the response to the storm from here on out, making the case for the role of governor in public life. >> that's right. and who knows whether or not that meeting with bill clinton will come back to bite him when he runs for president, if he runs for president in 2016. it looks like ultimately republicans tend to go for the person they think would win, and i think chris christie, as much as bill clinton is cozying up to him there in chicago, he should watch out because in many ways you wonder if somebody like hillary clinton would be afraid to go up against someone like chris christie because he's very fresh. if he runs for president in 2016, you would get to see him in action because he'd still be the governor of a state. so you'd get to see his brand of leadership in real time. we'll see what happens. >> we'll see what happens. perhaps the clintons have some kind of master clintonian plan,
.political families, the clintons. mrs. clinton who just opened up a new twitter account and is already taking selfies with chelsea her daughter, she hasn't said she's running for president yet. she's got a big endorsement in that race today. explain to our viewers how this works in precise terms. >> i think for clinton, you know, i mean she can't declare this far in advance because then she would have to be running for years where he's going to be opening herself up to attacks. i think that's the greatest danger she runs whether she declares sooner or later. but for the near term, having a claire mccaskill come out and say she's going to support her, a very early obama supporter sends a signal that lead ares in the party should get in line and back clinton. >> toure, on the very day mrs. clinton stepped down from the state department, senator mccaskill said this, i know hillary clinton will succeed in whatever comes next for her. if had your future plans include seeking the president iscy which i hope they do, then i look forward to being on her team. she's obviously applying for a job. last night mr
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